What's New at Penrallt?
Details of what's happening at the moment in Penrallt can be found in our weekly news bulletins (here is a PDF copy of the latest one) and monthly newsletters. You can also subscribe to our Google calendar or to the news feed that appears below it on this page.
Monthly Prayer Meeting
In addition to our regular weekly Saturday morning prayer meetings (8:30am in the Twrgwn Room every Saturday), we have a monthly mid-week evening prayer meeting for the whole congregation. All are warmly encouraged to attend. The meetings usually take place in the chapel, on different nights of the week to give people with other regular commitments a chance to attend. The meetings start at 7:30pm and last about an hour. On the week when the prayer meeting is on, our homegroups do not meet.
The date of the next monthly prayer meeting is Tuesday 14th May and the following meeting is due to be on Wednesday 12th June.
Published: 23rd April 2019
Prayer and Panad
Once a month, the men of Penrallt have a chance to meet together to pray for one another. The meeting usually takes place on the first Wednesday of each month at 10:30am in the Twrgwyn Room. It lasts for about an hour. After we have prayed, we go across the road for a cup of coffee.
The next Prayer & Panad meeting will be on Wednesday 1st May.
Published: 9th April 2019
Missions Group Prayer Meeting
Penrallt's Missions Group will be holding our next quarterly prayer meeting on Monday 29th April at the home of one of our members. You are welcome to join us to hear news of our misionary partners and to pray for them. Please contact the church office if you would like more information.
Published: 14th March 2019
Care Home Services
Once a month, a team from Penrallt visits a care home on on a Sunday afternoon to take a short service for the residents. We alternate between two homes – Haulfre in Llangoed (near Beaumaris) and Plas Garnedd in Llanberis – and the services are usually on the first Sunday of the month, starting 2:15pm. You are very welcome to join us. We are particularly in need of musicians and Welsh speakers.
The next service is due to be at Haulfre on Sunday 7th April. Please contact the church office to confirm whether this event is taking place or if you would like more information or would like to join the team.
Published: 5th March 2019
Our Experiencing God course continues, with group sessions in the chapel on the fourth Tuesday evening of the month and the Thursday morning and evening of the same week. Evening sessions start at 7:30pm and morning ones at 10am. Homegroups do not normally meet on the week that the course sessions are taking place. By this stage it is too late to sign up for the current course if you have not already done so, but if you would like more information about it please contact the church office.
The dates of the remaining sessions are due to be:
- Tuesday 26th / Thursday 28th March
- Tuesday 23rd / Thursday 25th April
- Tuesday 28th / Thursday 30th May
- Tuesday 25th / Thursday 27th June
Published: 1st March 2019
Back after a 2 year break, Bible Unzipped is a free, monthly seminar that aims to unpack Scripture in greater depth than can be achieved in a Sunday sermon and to equip those leading in the church with some tools for studying and teaching from the Bible, teaching theology in an accessible way which both challenges and stretches us. It is led by several local ministers, including Peter Cousins, retired Minister of Penrallt.
The meetings usually happen on the third Saturday of the month at Rhos-on-Sea United Reformed Church, from 9:30am to 12pm. There are two sessions each morning, on different subjects, with a break for coffee and cookies between them. The next meeting will be on Saturday 16th March.You are welcome to contact the church office for further information.
Published: 19th February 2019
Bangor Cytûn (Bangor Churches Together) are holding their AGM on Wednesday 13th February from 7:30pm at Penrallt.
After a short business meeting in which reports will be heard and officers appointed, there will be a talk from Amy Burrows of Gobaith Môn and Tim Gough of Llandudno Youth For Christ on the subject of developing youth work in schools.
All are welcome.
Published: 29th January 2019
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